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Know-how for Employment Lawyers

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ISBN13: 9780752000084
ISBN: 075200008X
Published: July 1996
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



For trusted guidance when developing a practice in employment law, practitioners should turn to Know-How for Employment Lawyers. From setting up an efficient working office to solving problems of the case, the client, the law and practice, the work covers all the essential points. The reliable advice contained in this practical book is based upon the combined expertise of leading solicitors who are employment law specialists. They analyse all the essential elements of practice, including: establishing a practice, acting for employers and employees; handling non-contentious issues; drafting contractual documentation; corporate support - dealing with directors, business transfers, etc.; managing unfair and wrongful dismissal cases; and handling settlements. Throughout the book emphasis is placed firmly on good practice and client care, and due consideration is given to other matters such as business planning and implementing office systems. With the inclusion of comprehensive checklists, specimen letters, precedents and useful addresses, this text makes an invaluable companion to the practitioner contemplating setting up, or already running, an employment law practice. * Practitioner

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Subjects:
Employment Law